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Old 11-11-2002, 03:56 PM   #16
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now that I look closer, where did you come up w/ 20 Khz?

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20 khz? There is a big difference between khz, mhz and microhz ( I don't know how to do the funky u shape thing that is the prefix for micro)

kilaherz is 1000
Megaherz is 1,000,000
microherz is 1,000,000,000

This is in reference to the length of the wave patterns that distiguish radio frequecies in relation to one herz which is 3 meters.

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you are wrong
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(I'm trying to not confuse anyone more than I am)

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Old 11-11-2002, 05:48 PM   #19
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well thats not helping us... we all are trying to learn, but you don't learn w/out a teacher


I think I know what you're going on about...

1 khz is 1000 x smaller than one hrz
1 mhz is 1,000,000 x smaller than one hrz
1 microhrz is 1,000,000,000 x smaller than one hrz
http://www.alphawire.com/pages/378.cfm

look for the SI prefix chart at the bottom of the page
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Old 11-11-2002, 06:02 PM   #20
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okay so I got mixed up with the reference to khz

My Chem teacher has a personality disorder of some sort
That's why I drooped her class and am taking chem during the summer. She's psycho and the schools having trouble with it and I could go on forever abou this woman...
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This is in reference to the length of the wave patterns that distiguish radio frequecies in relation to one herz which is 3 meters.
wavelength of a electro-magnetic wave changes when its frequency changes, so which frequency are you referring to?
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Old 11-11-2002, 06:22 PM   #22
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I forget b/c I erased everything I said...

I blame it all on my teacher forget I said anything about frequency, wavelength, lamda, anything pertaining to the science side of it... my minds a blur

I just know you can't use 40 mhz in the US.
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i would avoid the 40 mhz altogether because you are going
to run into somebody running the same freq. with out knowing
it because everybody in 40 assumes no one will have there
freq. i recomend 75 mhz because there is just more freq.
available. not like 27mhz I beleive there is only 6 or 7 available
freq. for the u.s.
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i would avoid the 40 mhz altogether because you are going
to run into somebody running the same freq. with out knowing
it because everybody in 40 assumes no one will have there
freq. i recomend 75 mhz because there is just more freq.
available. not like 27mhz I beleive there is only 6 or 7 available
freq. for the u.s.
Yep, agree with you on that... 40 MHz is still "common" enough that everybody who would want to avoid the 27 Mhz and the 75 Mhz crowd would use...

But not if you're running on 41 MHz
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With the diff between KHZ MHZ and micro HZ, IM2lazy said it should be larger not smaller.
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